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The Night Sister: A Novel - Jennifer McMahon
The Night Sister: A Novel
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3.80 160
Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 9780385538510 (0385538510)
ASIN: 0385538510
Publisher: Doubleday
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
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Sailing in a Sea of Words
Sailing in a Sea of Words rated it
3.5 Book Review: The Night Sister
Book: The Night Sister Author: Jennifer McMahon Genre: Fiction/Thriller/Horror/Mystery Summary: In the 1950s, the Tower Motel - with its namesake tower - was the shining attraction of tiny London, Vermont. Now it stands in disrepair, alive only in the memories of three women - Amy, Piper, and...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it
4.0 The Night Sister
I have read The Winter People by this author and I wanted to read more of her work, so I picked up this novel. I liked the mysterious elements of this novel and I liked the voices of the characters. One mystery dealt with where Sylvie was and the other mystery materialized the night that Amy and her...
Lavender
Lavender rated it
2.0 Jennifer McMahon - The Night Sister
I loved "Winter People" but this book did not work for me. I was, despite my knowing about the author, that this book would find a solution in a more realistic way. I did not like the end. I missed tension. It was rather boring. I mixed up all those girls and timelines all the time. This is a weir...
Cheri's Book Blog
Cheri's Book Blog rated it
4.0 Good and Creepy!
This is my second book by the author. I enjoyed my first endeavor, The Winter People, but I liked this one so much more. The characters were easy to connect with and there were plenty of twists and turns. And it had a good creepy feel like I used to enjoy when I read old Stephen King books back in t...
Casual Debris
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3.5 The Night Sister by Jennifer McMahon
From Casual Debris. Jennifer McMahon's The Night Sister is a construct of two prime elements: plot and character. The two are entirely intertwined; just as character relies on plot for its development, characterization is also limited as a result of plot requirements. This produces unevenness as s...
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